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Seth Ellis & John Marshall: Tales of Getting Things Made in “The D”

October 4, 2013

Seth Ellis and John Marshall will participate in a panel discussion at Wayne State University in collaboration with the Association for the Study of the Arts of the Present on Friday, Oct. 4.

http://asap5detroit.clas.wayne.edu/index.html

3:30 - 5:00 PM / ROUNDTABLE / SESSION 6 / ROOM J
Tales of Getting Things Made in “The D”
CHAIRS: Heidi Beebe & John Marshall

Ellis and Marshall will discuss their Re:Tool-Kit for Detroit project with some of the Detroit-based artists, designers and fabricators they interviewed for the study.

http://retoolkitdetroit.org/

Panelists:

Bethany Shorb, Artist & Entrepreneur, Co-Founder of OmniCorpDetroit, Founder of Cyberoptix
Wes Taylor, Artist & Lecturer, Wayne State University, Founder of Talking Dolls, Founder of Emergence Media / Complex Movements
Chido Johnson, Artist & Associate Professor of Fine Arts, College of Creative Studies
Aaron Blendowski, Artist, Fabricator & Woodshop and Fabrications Coordinator, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Adjunct Professor, Lawrence Technological University, Co-Founder OmniCorp Detroit
Keith Nagara, Designer, Director of Transportation Design, Lawrence Technological University

Moderators:

Heidi Beebe, Lecturer University of Michigan, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Architect, Beebe Skidmore Architects
John Marshall, Assistant Professor, University of Michigan, Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design, Partner rootoftwo, LLC
Julia McMorrough, Associate Professor of Practice in Architecture University of Michigan, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Co-founder, studioAPT
Seth Ellis, Assistant Professor University of Michigan, Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design

Re-Toolkit for Detroit is a study funded by the Research on the City program at the Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning at the University of Michigan. Research on the City was made possible by the generosity of Alan and Cynthia Berkshire.

Seth Ellis & John Marshall: Tales of Getting Things Made in “The D”